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Partnerships

Maryville University’s School of Education partners with St. Louis area schools with a focus on renewing teacher education and schooling. Maryville is a leader in Missouri and nationally in this collaborative effort.

Maryville University is a founding member of the Metropolitan St. Louis Consortium for Educational Renewal, a collaborative partnership for the simultaneous renewal of teacher education and schooling.  The Consortium helps support our continuing work with four partner Professional Development Schools: Clark Elementary School, Parkway South High School, Wilkinson Early Childhood Center, and Roosevelt High School.

Maryville University joined with Harris Stowe State University and these school districts to join the National Network for Educational Renewal in 1993.  We continue to be committed to the Agenda for Education in a Democracy that forms the core of the Network’s work.

Maryville University continues pursuing additional partnerships with area schools for the mutual benefit of both institutions and the advancement of improved student learning.  The School of Education National Leadership Council promotes and supports initiatives that facilitate positive change through partnership development and collaboration.

Memberships

The School of Education at Maryville is an active participant in the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education , the Association for Independent Liberal Arts Colleges for Teacher Education , the Missouri Association of Colleges for Teacher Education, and the organizations listed above.

Accreditations

Maryville University’s School of Education is accredited at both the national and the state level.

Teacher Education programs at Maryville University are nationally accredited by  the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE).  NCATE establishes high and rigorous standards for preparation programs, holds accredited institutions accountable for meeting these standards, and requires institutions to demonstrate that teacher candidates know their subject matter and how to teach it effectively to all students.  It attests to the commitment and quality of Maryville’s teacher preparation.  http://www.ncate.org/

Teacher Education programs at Maryville University are fully accredited by the State of Missouri through the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.  This accreditation involves a regular process of alignment with state teacher education program standards and compliance with all aspects of appropriate Missouri state law and code.  dese.mo.gov

Performance of Graduates

The School of Education has a comprehensive assessment system to ensure the performance of its candidates. Title II of the Higher Education Opportunity Act mandates that the U.S. Department of Education collect data on state assessments, other requirements, and standards for teacher certification and licensure, as well as data on the performance of teacher preparation programs.  Maryville University’s annual Title II report card, including performance on state exams, can be found in the Institutional Report.


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